An Interesting Farm., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-01


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AN IVIlinKSTINli; FARM. Mr. Diekerman and George T. Deney, the lnrmcr owner Of the farm, had much In common. Mr. Beney was a breeder of trotter*! and a patron of the arts, his collection of paintings li. ing among the best in America. He had at the lie. id of his stud Heptagon. by Harold, sire of Maud B., hut he bad no smii measure of Buecesti aa followed Mr, Diekerman from the day he Install d Bellini, 5:13*4. at the lead of his stud. This son of Artillery, who once drew ■ carpenters wagon about the Streets of Dobbs l-.-try. Was mated with a cm Ice Land of mates which never exceeded fifteen m number. No breeder of trotters, number of mare considered. has achieved anything like the success w m by Mr. Diekerman. who stands third to Walnut Hall farm and w. B. L». Btokes as a hi. dei of 2:1* trotters.

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